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WriteReader

Are you looking for a platform for your learners to create and share digital books? WriteReader is an excellent option! Students using WriteReader...

Global Digital Library: Library Books

The Global Digital Library (GDL) is an amazing resource for elementary educators to find free books in various languages. The GDL collects...

At-Home Learning Resources

Are you a parent or guardian looking to support learning at home? Let's jump in! This resource, provided by Scholastic, houses many helpful...

TIME for Kids

You may be familiar with TIME for Kids that schools can subscribe to and pay for. Did you know there are free articles, however? Open this Lab...

Edji Tutorial

Do your students struggle with reading comprehension? Chances are, you've encountered at least one student who struggles with this pillar of...

Diigo: Annotating a Webpage

Annotation has always been a great strategy for all readers, but as the digital text was introduced to the classroom, it was tough for students to...

Inspire with Picture Prompts

Using images to inspire writing is an accessible way to strengthen literacy skills and give students a voice. With Picture Prompts, a resource...

The Most Dangerous Random Prompt Generator

Looking for a tool to have your students continue writing! The Most Dangerous Random Prompt Generator may be a great option! From the...

Learning Games with Mr. Nussbaum

MrNussbaum.com provides numerous interactive games and activities designed to complement crucial concepts and themes taught in the K-8...

Business and Entrepreneurship Lessons

Looking to inspire future entrepreneurs and CEOs? These standards-connected lessons and activities from Scholastic and Shark Tank will inspire your...

Spin a Story

This creative writing version of Spinnerwheel is a great way to get your students' creativity flowing. Use this template from Tony Vincent to get...

Framing a Love for Literacy: Science of Reading: On-Demand Workshop

Check out this workshop, which reviews lit plan priorities around the science of reading led by Karri Polk-Meek, Director of Teaching &...

Storyline Online: Stories for Elementary Students

If you are an elementary school teacher looking for straightforward ways to integrate story exploration into your classroom, Storyline Online is a...

Story Maps

A story map is a strategy that uses a graphic organizer to help students learn the elements of a book or story. This Story Maps resource...

Sample ELA Rubrics

Rubrics are great tools when assessing student work. Using rubrics can guide your instruction, encourage consistency, and let your students know what...

My Wordle: Create Your Own Wordle

Have you wondered what those grey, yellow, and green boxes are that your social media friends keep posting about? They're playing Wordle! Wordle is a...

Quill: An Overview

Quill is a free tool designed to help K-12 students develop writing, grammar, and vocabulary skills. Teachers can assign activities for fixing...

PROVEN: An Acronym for Source Evaluation

Teaching students to research effectively can genuinely be a difficult task. CORA, also known as the Community of Online Research Assignments,...

QuillBot

No matter what level of writers you teach, paraphrasing is a skill that can always be fine-tuned. With QuillBot, paraphrasing is simple; rewrite and...